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am I right?

geruchtemoaker

Well-Known Member
ok I got this hone from bart yesterday but he didn't know wich layer it was but after applying water to it I was wondering I think it's a les latneuses "hybrid" he told me at wich mine he found it but I forgot already.
dry:
[img=850]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15247762/Foto0033.jpg[/img]
[img=850]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15247762/Foto0034.jpg[/img]
wet:
[img=850]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15247762/Foto0035.jpg[/img]
[img=850]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15247762/Foto0036.jpg[/img]

kind regards
Stijn
 

danjared

Well-Known Member
Ah, one of those. I got to play with one of those once. It was fun, but I had to give it back. I didn't have a Les Latneuses hybrid at the time, but they seem to both be hybrid. I hope you're enjoying it. At the very least, it's very beautiful!
 

Bart

Well-Known Member
I have no clue what layer this Coticule comes from. It is a slice from a raw rock that I picked up at one of those typical paths that also serves as a rivulet when it rains, that one finds frequently at the Ardennes region, to be more specific at the territory of the village Ottré, at an area where there formally was Coticule mining activity. The specified path was most likely a path that was used to transport extracted Coticule rocks to the workshop where they were further processed. I have no clue about a layer name, but it certainly is no Les Latneuses. For that, the rock was too thick. The specimen I tested (not this slice) was not particularly fast, but produced a very nice, typical Coticule edge.

Kind regards,
Bart.
 
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